The Nation: To Pick a Jury of Twelve

It is never easy to pick a jury of twelve good men and true, and it is even more difficult to find twelve who are able objectively to stand in judgment of people like the Harrisburg Seven. TIME Senior Correspondent Champ Clark listened as the prospective jurors were asked hard questions about their views on war, particularly the war in Viet Nam, and related matters. Herewith his sampling of responses:

> I'm an open-minded man. I belong to the Patriotic Order of the Sons of America. I have belonged to it for 44 years, and...

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